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stainless steel

n.
Any of various steels alloyed with at least 10 percent chromium and sometimes containing other elements and that are resistant to corrosion or rusting associated with exposure to water and moist air.
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stainless steel

n
(Metallurgy)
a. a type of steel resistant to corrosion as a result of the presence of large amounts of chromium (12–15 per cent). The carbon content depends on the application, being 0.2–0.4 per cent for steel used in cutlery, etc, and about 1 per cent for use in scalpels and razor blades
b. (as modifier): stainless-steel cutlery.
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stain′less steel′


n.
alloy steel containing 12 percent or more chromium, so as to be resistant to rust and attack from various chemicals.
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stain·less steel

(stān′lĭs)
Any of various steel alloys that are resistant to rusting and corrosion because they contain chromium and nickel.
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Noun1.stainless steel - steel containing chromium that makes it resistant to corrosion
alloy steel - steel who characteristics are determined by the addition of other elements in addition to carbon
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Translations
nerez ocelnerezavějící ocel
rustfrit stål
ruostumaton teräs
nehrđajući čelik
ryîfrítt stál
ステンレススチール
스테인리스강
nehrdzavejúca oceľ
nerjaveče jeklo
rostfritt stål
เหล็กที่ไม่เป็นสนิม
thép không rỉ

stainless steel

nrostfreier (Edel)stahl; “stainless steel”„rostfrei“; stainless steel cutleryrostfreies Besteck
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stain

(stein) verb
1. to leave a (permanent) dirty mark or coloured patch on eg a fabric. The coffee I spilt has stained my trousers.
2. to become marked in this way. Silk stains easily.
3. to dye or colour (eg wood). The wooden chairs had been stained brown.
noun
a dirty mark on a fabric etc that is difficult or impossible to remove. His overall was covered with paint-stains; There is not the slightest stain upon her reputation.
stainless steel
(of) a metal alloy composed of steel and chromium that does not rust. a sink made of stainless steel; stainless steel knives/cutlery.
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stainless steel

صُلْبٌ غَيْرُ قَابِل لِلْصَدَأ nerez ocel rustfrit stål Edelstahl ανοξείδωτο ατσάλι acero inoxidable ruostumaton teräs acier inoxydable nehrđajući čelik acciaio inossidabile ステンレススチール 스테인리스강 roestvrij staal rustfritt stål stal nierdzewna aço inoxidável нержавеющая сталь rostfritt stål เหล็กที่ไม่เป็นสนิม paslanmaz çelik thép không rỉ 不锈钢
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Babaei et al [10] on martensitic stainless steel (Grade 442), the hardness was constant at the temperature range of 300400oC (the first stage), at the temperature range of 400 500oC increased (the second stage) and decreased at the temperature range of 500 -700oC (the third stage).
al, 5] investigated the developed of welding repair procedure on cracked blades steam turbine was made from MSS (martensitic stainless steel) by using TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding process with consumable filler wire as ER 410 MSS and ER 316L austenitic filler wires.
Corrosion attacks have been obtained on three different types of martensitic stainless steel (X12Cr13, X4CrNiMo16-5-1, 17-4 PH) in a Fe[Cl.sub.3] solution, using conditions set by the ASTM G48 standard.
The rings are produced from martensitic stainless steel, and the balls are ceramic-silicon nitride.
(The 3-D printing was handled by a third party.) Despite having to generate a 3-D model from scratch, Tech Cast produced two impellers in corrosion-resistant martensitic stainless steel at nearly equal cost in half the time as the traditional method.
X20Cr13 martensitic stainless steel with a chemical composition (wt.%) of 0.19C-0.131Cr-0.18Si-0.16Mn-0.02P-0.004S(bal.) Fe was used in this investigation.
The chemical composition of the material conforms to UNS S17400 [6,7], which is the nominal composition for for 17-4PH stainless steel, a corrosion-resistant martensitic stainless steel whose strength is increased by copper precipitation.
"With this patented technology, high-strength structural items can now be created using martensitic stainless steel and used in a variety of applications, with significant performance and cost benefits," says Douglas Gore, vice-president of sales and business development.
Working with a team of engineers and metallurgists, McCrink developed a way to take flat sheets of martensitic stainless steel and transform them into tubes.
Fabricated from martensitic stainless steel, the series features high corrosion resistance and is suitable for miniature applications in the medical industry.
Other topics include silicon influence on corrosion properties of austenitic stainless steels, high potency late inoculation of grey cast iron, tensile properties of martensitic stainless steel weldments, and titanium dioxide thin film for photodegradation of methyl orange.